Community Development

Iwawada

Fieldwork vol.1 : SIT Students Visiting Iwawada, Onjuku

On October 5, Associate Professor Ms. Okano and her students from the Department of Architecture at Shibaura Institute of Technology came all the way to Iwawada, Onjuku Town. We are looking forward to seeing the solutions they come up with to the social issues of declining birthrate, aging population, vacant houses, and vacant facilities, and so on.
Iwawada

Fieldwork vol.2 : Onjuku/Iwawada Nature Touring with SIT Students

On October 5, Associate Professor Ms. Okano and her students from the Department of Architecture at Shibaura Institute of Technology came all the way to Iwawada, Onjuku Town. We are looking forward to seeing what kind of solutions they come up with to the social issues of declining birthrate, aging population, vacant houses, and vacant facilities, and so on.
Iwawada

Fieldwork vol.03 : SIT students in Iwawada, Onjuku

On October 5th, Associate Professor Okano of the Department of Architecture of SIT and her students came all the way to Iwawada, Onjuku-town for the fieldwork. I am looking forward to seeing their solutions for the social issues here such as the declining birthrate and aging population, vacant houses, and vacant facility problems.
Iwawada

Start a Research of my Hometown by SIT

The architecture laboratory of Associate Professor Michiko Okano of Shibaura Institute of Technology will conduct a research on the theme of declining birthrate and aging population and vacant house problem in Iwawada, Onjuku-town from a concrete approach and architectural perspective that will lead to regional revitalization.
Rejuvenate a Countryside

How To Rejuvenate a Small Town #02-1 : Otaki-Town, Chiba

Otaki Town is located in the southern part of Chiba Prefecture. Ryohin Keikaku, which operates MUJI, leased the former Oikawa Elementary School which was closed in 2013 under a 10-year contract, and we visited there to see how they are exploring to rejuvenate this community.
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